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Notes On Early Techno - Various - Central Standards (A Strange Melodic Shape) (CD)

Download Notes On Early Techno - Various - Central Standards (A Strange Melodic Shape) (CD)
Label: Alternate Take - ATCD1001 • Format: CD Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Hip Hop • Style: Instrumental, Jazzy Hip-Hop


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  1. String a series of notes together, one after the other, and you have a melody. But the melody of a piece of music isn’t just any string of notes. It’s the notes that catch your ear as you listen; the line that sounds most important is the melody. First of all, a melodic line of a piece of music is a succession of notes that make up a melody.

  2. But even without text, the phrases in a melody can be very clear. Even without words, the notes are still grouped into melodic "ideas". Listen to the first strain of Scott Joplin's "The Easy Winners" to see if you can hear four phrases in the melody.. One way that a composer keeps a piece of music interesting is by varying how strongly the end of each phrase sounds like "the end".

  3. Pivotal. Contour simply means that the melody is shaped a certain way; the shape of a melody is especially easy to pick out when you have the sheet music right in front of you. The possibilities for building melodic phrases with just four basic contours are virtually infinite. (Building melodic phrases, means starting at the I chord, going up to the IV or V chord, and ending at the I chord.

  4. Apr 19,  · First of all, the melodic line of a piece of music is the string of notes that make up the melody. Extra notes, such as trills and slides, that are not part of the main melodic line but are added to the melody either by the composer or the performer to make the melody more complex and interesting are called ornaments or embellishments.

  5. there are three characteristics to every melodic theme. There is, first of all a rhythm [MUSIC] four eigth notes in this case. there is also a melodic shape of some kind to the notes. In this case, [SOUND], it's an arpeggio going down. It could be the same rhythm but different notes [SOUND] and much different character if I play those notes.

  6. The melodic range is the distance in pitch from the lowest note to the highest note. The melodic direction is the upward and/or downward movement of the melody as it progresses from note to note. The melodic contour is the overall shape of the melody, which is a product of its range, direction and other features. 3.

  7. a. identify by genre or style aural examples of music from various historical periods and cultures b. describe in simple terms how *elements of music are used in music examples from various cultures of the world 9 c. identify various uses of music in their daily experiences 10 and describe characteristics that make certain.

  8. The melodic contour of the opening phrase of Joy to the World is best described as such as chants of the early Christian church, is called. nonmetric. The division of the beat into three is called _____ is the principle of organization around a central note. tonality. Simple harmony can be created when a melody is accompanied by a long.

  9. 3 CLEFS The clef, a symbol that sits at the leftmost side of the staff, specifies which lines and spaces belong to which notes. In a sense, the clef calibrates or orients the staff to specific notes. The three most common clefs are: The Treble clef for high range notes The Bass clef for low range notes The Alto clef for middle range notes The Treble clef (also called the G Clef because it.

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